Robbie Smith Golf Outing Is Back! It will be August 13, 2016 at The Club at Savannah Harbor!
We are back for 2016! We hope everyone can come out and join us at The Club at Savannah Harbor. We are excited about the new location and all the benefits The Club is contributing to our wonderful event. Please register early!
Robbie Smith was a vibrant young man who loved life to the fullest. His smile and laughter will be remembered in the hearts of his family
Thanks to all of your help and donations, the tournament was able to contribute $5000 in 2014, $5100 in 2012, $3800 in 2011, $7000 in 2010 and $6500 in 2009 to Hospice Savannah! Your participation makes a difference!
Please come and enjoy a fun filled day of golf, leisure, and fellowship. Help give back to Hospice Savannah through the Annual Robbie Smith Golf Outing and Robbie Smith Endowment Fund for all that Hospice does for our community.
Honoring Glynn Hendricks
We had the privilege of honoring a close friend in 2016. The entire tournament got to honor Glynn by having a drink for him. It was a touching way to celebrate his life and remember him. His family came out and we are proud to call them family members of our annual event. Glynn's son Les has been part of our tournament since the beginning, and thanks to Glynn and Les, we are able to continue to raise money for such a great cause. Hopefully we'll get to make this an annual tradition and continue to drink one for Glynn.
Honoring Ken Conner
The 2010 tournament was special because we got to honor a long time friend and supporter of our tournament. Ken Conner played in Robbie's tournament every year with his two sons, Chris and Jeff, and his son-in -law, Carlton Thompson. He was a great friend to all of us for over 25 years. On his job, he was known as "Big Ken" and always had a smile and kind word for everyone. He and his wife, Fran, were married for 40 years, proof that some teenage marriages do indeed last. He loved Isle of Hope and was a very active member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church. During the worst times of his illness, he was still joking with people and trying to keep their spirits up, proving what a Trooper he was until the very end. Kenneth Conner will be greatly missed by so very many.